OBGYN MSc Stat Module (2016-2018) :
Assessment Questions for MSc. Reproductive Medicine (2017-2018)
Introduction Part 1 : Q1.1 to 1.18 Part 2 : Q2.1 to 2.10
The assessment exercise for the BSc. Reproductive Science consists of a series of questions that the students must correctly answer. The reasoning, guidelines, and marking guides are presented in the Guidelines to Assessment page.

This page contains the questions to be answered, and these are common to all students. Each student however will received a unique set of data, in the form of an excel file, to be used to answer these questions.

The assessment is in two parts.

  • Part 1 covers all basic statistical procedures taught in the module, excluding meta-analysis and statisticsd of prediction. When all exercises in Part 1 are successfully completed, the student will have pass the module with a grade of C or D
  • Part 2 contains more complex exercises, sometimes requiring more than one statistical procedure and sometimes requiring some handling of the data. Part 2 also ioncludes questions related to meta-analysis and statistics of prediction. When all exercises are completed in Part 1 and Part 2, the student will be considered for the grade of A or B.
Students should place their answers in a Word or pdf file, write protect the contents with a password, then submit it attached to an email to Prof. Chang. Students are reminded that
  • There is no limit to the number of submissions, but the number of submissions required before passing will affect grading. Specifically
    • Student will be graded D if more than 3 submissions are required before passing Part 1
    • Student will have priority in being considered for grade B if both Part 1 and 2 are passed with earlier submissions
    • Student will only be considered for grade A if both Part 1 and 2 are passed with the first submission
  • Students may submit their answers as soon after July 2015 as they choose, but are reminded that
    • Student must successfully pass Part 1 by the end of March, 2018, will be graded F for failure.
    • 30% of those graded C are awarded B or better, and 30% of these are awarded A. Once qualified for consideration, the higher grades are awarded in order of the time of the final submission until the quota is filled.
Finally, be aware that all data used in assessment, in fact, all data used in the statistics module, are computer generated and not real